Posted On: 10/1/21 1:04 PM

One of the nicest things that comes with the start of a new high school volleyball season is the fact that we get to watch players we never did before joining their teams and immediately becoming important pieces for them.

That’s even more the case in the great state of Texas, one with a tremendously high number of teams and divisions and the ability to develop talent in a lot of different regions. High the first seven weeks of high school volleyball in the books, we’ll take the week to highlight the freshmen that had great starts to their high school careers.

Some really interesting defenders have emerged in the class of 2025 and in the last article of the series we’ll highlight three of them:


Gabby Baker – Libero – HS: Rudder

Gabby Baker’s presence alone has made Rudder’s defensive system considerably stronger this year as the freshman has been having a noticeably positive impact in the team. The 5’2” libero is really hard to score on due to her technique and ability to read the game and has already picked up 509 digs in 95 sets in her first season of high school volleyball, averaging 5.4 per

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